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July 27, 1944

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Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundanee, Wyomi L. Keckley, his wife; C. B. Camp- bell; Wyoming-Dakota Off Com- pany, a Corporation; and Aug- ust Fitz; all of whose address or place of residence is to plaintiff unknown : You and each of you are here- by notified that you have been sued in District Court of Sixth Judicial District, State of Wyom- ing, sitting in Town of Sundance is hereby given of the intention of petitioner therein to h~ve said probate proceedings admitted in this state as a probate of said es- tate, and hearing on said petition is hereby set for the hour of ten o'clock A. M., on the 19th day of August, 1944, at the Court House at Sundance, Wyoming, and if no objection be made, said proceedings will be admitted to matter of the Estate of A. HOOD, deceased 0]~]}~_~R AND NOTICE record in this court and consid-within and for Crook County, for admission to pro- ered and treated as original pro- Veyo~ning, by Emil Evey, who has D in this court of proceedings ceedings herein, and conclusive filed his petition therein the oh- foreign state in above estate evidence of the facts therein ject and prayer of which is to been filed herein, with l shown. Notice shall be given byquiet title in said plaintiff as copies, as by statute re-publication hereof three times in against you and each of you in It is ordered and notice a legal newspaper in Crook and to the following described YOUR WAR DUTIES County, Wyoming. Dated July 20, 1944 HARRY P. II.,SLEY, District Judge James T. McGuckin, Atty. July 27--August 3-10. Z. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT 0Y ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the Estate of Flora C.' Roberts. deceased, take notice that the undersigned administrator of said estate will on or before the lgth day of August, 1944, file in tbe office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and fih ~)bje~tions thereto in writing at any time before the 29th day of Aug~s~ 1944, and if no objec- ~io~ at- filed [hereto he will hake final settlement of said es- tate on the 3Oth day of August, 1!t44, o,, as soon thereaftvr as the melter may be heard. Dated at Sundance. ~Vyo,ning, this 24tb day of July, 1944. OTIS REYNOLDS, Administrator Jaly 27--August 3-10-17. X PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS premises, to-wit: S of Section 35; Town- ship 49, North, Range 66, West of the 6th P. M., Crook County, Wyoming, and that you and each of you be forever barred from claiming or asserting any right, title, or in- terest in or to the same. You are further notified that unless you answer the petition of plaintiff on or before Septem- ber 2, 1944, the same with all matters and allegations therein contained, will be taken as true and judgment rendered according- ly. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of said Court EMIL EVEY, Plaintiff James T. McGuckin, Attorney. July 27--August 3-10-77. X -- Mona A very few registered Tuesday ~il ~he pri~:~ary ,ie~:tion; evelv- bo~!y busy in ~.he i~ay fi~-lds. Chet Carlson ha~iled a tiuck load of cattle ior John Etlinger and \Vilfred Bunney to the sale in Belle Fourche Thursday. Emmett Redding accompanied C. ~,V. Osborn and wife to Belle Fourcl]e on Wednesday. Mr. Co- To Charles Russell Keckley, burn went in for mower repairs Junior; also known as Charles and Emmet for car repairs. Russel Keckley Jr., and Sophia The Wick Carr family was u~: able to rent a house in Toppenish;" Washington, so bought a modern SONS th ree-'room house. Wick ts work- ing in the sugar beet factory. Arrives In England Wilfred Bunney received word ~g~ that his brother, Norman, who is :~"~'"""" tail gunner on a bomber, had ar- rived in England and he wanted the address of his parents' people who live in England. "~*~'///"-'~'~>,k-.-'-,,~,~ Bennie Phillips is trucking //~'/YY-~'" tonPStsMitchell.t Belle Fourche for Pres- "2 Ray Pattinson and family were Sunday evening callers at the Reddfng home. X aal Distillers Products Cor~oratio~ ' York 90.4 Pro~ Miller Creek VICTORY'S In The Black Hills of July 23, 1944. The Golden Text Is: "Thou, O Lord, art a God full of compas- sion, and gracious, long-suffering and plenteous in mercy and truth." (Ps. 86:15). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "O Praise the Lord, all ye nations: praise him, all ye people. For his merciful kindness is great to- ward us: and the truth of the Lord endureth forever. Praise ye the Lord." (Ps. 117:1, 2). The Lesaon-Sermon also in- , i Ribbons-- The for Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Poultry cludes the following passages from the Christian Science text- book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "God is what the Scriptures declare Him to be, -- Life, Truth, Love." (S & H 330: 19 20). X ATTENDS STATE MEETING Mrs. Mamie East left Sunday for Laramie where she will attend the Institute for welfare workers. Accompanying her were the coun- ty directors from Newcastle, Gil- lette and Lusk. O ] tde by Quaker Oats Co. O Dr. Salisbury's Medicines WE BUY POULTRY AND EGGS GRANDVIEW HATCHERY C. V. Ellis, Prop. Belle Fourche, South Dakota new. Jap destroyers bad hemmed h a lone American paffol torpedo boat, one dark night, off Guada~anaL They began ~n9 ~e li~e PT craft. It looked like a time to surrender--or die. But that im't the American way. LL {j.g.} Bartholomew J. Connolly of Washington, D. C., is a commander in the old ffadiffon. Ordering his to attack, he raced his little shlp hard at the nearest destroyer. 500 yards of the enemy warship, he sent two torpedoes into ft. explode, he was swinging away toward another destroyer. he launched his torpedoes. Amid a hail of shells, the PT boat sped a gap left by the sinking ships, and escaped unscathed. It. Connolty the Navy Cross for "heroism and conspicuous courage." Oldest Bank In Northeastern Wyoming Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation William Wolfe, Penn Smith Bernard and Buford Solomon Walt and Walter Vote put up hay for Lyle Putman last week. Mrs. Gerald Eaton and Lee drove to Newcastle Friday to meet Fern who returned that day from points in Washington where she had been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were transacting business in Belle Fourehe Thursday. They also sold some hogs through the Belle Fourche Stock Exchange that day. C. F. Barker of near Spearfish came out Friday to look after his crops here. The H. D. Myers family, Roger Snider and Edsel Rogers attended the bond rally and dance at Sun- dance Saturday night. The telephone meeting at the hall was very well attended Sat- "urday night and considerable business discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore gave a birthday dinner Sunday honoring the birthdays of their daughter Kathleen and Mrs. Storts. Those present to enjoy the sumptious dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haselton, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Myers and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun and family and Mrs. Lillie Storts. ,X CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST "Truth" is the subject of the ,u,e'u "om;rl" Lesson-Sermon which will be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world Sunday, Sundance, Wgoming We have a carload shipment. If you are going_ to need them, return the coupon attached for complete information. DEADWOOD, S. DAK. PHONE 789 TO: MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Deadwood, S. Dak. I am interested in power-lite batteries and plants. Please send me complete information. 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